Paris Hilton Had Thoughts About Her Sex Tape Being Parodied In Pink’s “Stupid Girls” Music Video

March 17, 2023 / Posted by:

It feels unnatural to write that new mom Paris Hiltonhad thoughts,” but as we know, she maintains that her dumb bimbo label is just an “archetype!” (stereotype). According to Paris’ recently released and brilliantly titled memoir, Paris: The Memoir, in which she admitted to lying about voting FOR Donald Trump, she shared that she didn’t love the very persona she’s leaned in to for her entire time in the public eye being poked fun at when Pink spoofed her sex tape, One Night in Paris, in her Stupid Girls video. And though the sex tape and then Pink’s video happened almost twenty years ago, and Paris just brought it up again and immortalized it in her book, she says she doesn’t hold a grudge.

Self-described “icon” Paris was just a wee naïve hotel heiress of 19 when she took a break from throwing around racial and homophobic slurs to have sex on tape with then-33-year-old opportunistic slug in a beanie Rick Salomon in 2003. via HuffPost:

In the early years of the hotel heiress’ celebrity status, a private sex tape she filmed with ex-boyfriend Rick Salomon was leaked and distributed without her consent.

“The world thinks of me as a sex symbol, and I’m here for that, because ‘symbol’ literally means ‘icon’,” Paris said in an excerpt of her new memoir, published in Us Weekly.

“But when people saw that sex tape, they didn’t say ‘icon,’ they said ‘slut.’ They said ‘whore.’ And they weren’t shy about it.”

And three years later, habitual shit-stirrer Pink released the video for her “pick me! I’m not like other girls!” anthem, Stupid Girls, where she very pointedly took aim at Paris’ yawn-inducing sex tape as well as some of the other messy paparazzi-sought actresses and musicians of the day. Paris was disappointed that Pink didn’t view her as someone with ambition. Hey, it takes a lot of chutzpah to be papped at Kitson and twirl around at Les Deux all week.

Years later, Pink mocked Paris – alongside other public figures from that era, like Jessica Simpson, Lindsay Lohan and even Beyoncé – in her Stupid Girls music video.

The clip also contained graphic depictions of bulimia.

Paris recalled: “The whole video is a not-at-all-subtle send-up of ‘porno paparazzi girls’ in general and, specifically, me, in a parody of my infamous sex tape.

“Pink sang about ‘outcasts and girls with ambition’ and said, ‘That’s what I wanna see’. But she chose not to see it in me.”

If you need a refresher, here’s the stupid video for Stupid Girls:

But, even though Paris says she doesn’t hold a grudge because she has a non-existent attention span and never pursued a feud with Pink, Pink was on Watch What Happens Live a few years ago and said Paris once confronted her about it.

During a 2017 interview with Watch What Happens Live, Pink revealed that the Stars Are Blind singer once confronted her at a club about the video.

“Paris was upset with me,” Pink claimed. “She said, ‘I just want you to know that I get it, I’m not dumb, I just play like I’m dumb’. And I was like, ‘that’s kind of my point… I’m gonna go, good to see ya’.”

Here’s Pink talking about encountering an upset Paris at the club (but at least no hands were thrown this time):

Paris seems to be going really hard trying to unring the vapid, sexed-up airhead bell she’s been ringing for a quarter of a century. My prediction is that next, we’ll be hearing about how her obnoxious catchphrase “that’s hot” actually originated out of her concern for the climate change crisis and that she only kept her dogs in a closet so they wouldn’t be forced to share their sexual orientations with a cruel, unaccepting world!

Pic: Michael Simon/

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